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File #: 19-0161    Version: 1 Name: Award FI-18-03 Fire Training Facility Construction
Type: Bid Status: Passed
File created: 1/23/2019 In control: City Commission
On agenda: 2/6/2019 Final action: 2/6/2019
Title: MOTION TO AWARD FI-18-03 "CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW FIRE TRAINING FACILITY" TO THE MOST RESPONSIVE/RESPONSIBLE BIDDER, BEJAR CONSTRUCTION, INC., IN THE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $2,401,024 WHICH INCLUDES A 10% OWNER’S CONTINGENCY IN THE AMOUNT OF $212,480 AND A 3% PERMIT ALLOWANCE IN THE AMOUNT OF $63,744.
Attachments: 1. 1. Specimen Agreement, 2. 2. FI -18-03 - Bid Tabulation, 3. 3. Submittal by Bejar Construction, Inc., 4. 4. FI-18-03 - Construction of Fire Training Facility
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MOTION TO AWARD FI-18-03 "CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW FIRE TRAINING FACILITY" TO THE MOST RESPONSIVE/RESPONSIBLE BIDDER, BEJAR CONSTRUCTION, INC., IN THE AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $2,401,024 WHICH INCLUDES A 10% OWNER’S CONTINGENCY IN THE AMOUNT OF $212,480 AND A 3% PERMIT ALLOWANCE IN THE AMOUNT OF $63,744.

Summary Explanation and Background

SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND:

1.  On June 20, 2018, the City Commission approved a motion to accept the grant agreement with the State of Florida Department of Financial Services for a total of $600,000 for the construction of a new fire training facility to replace the existing temporary classroom portables being used.

2.  On October 17, 2018, the City Commission authorized the advertisement of FI-18-03 "Construction of a New Fire Training Facility", which was advertised on November 29, 2018.

3.  The purpose of this solicitation was to seek bids from qualified firms  to construct a Fire Training Facility at the Pembroke Pines Fire Department located at 1201 N 208th Ave, Pembroke Pines, Florida 33029.

4.  The Pembroke Pines Fire Training Facility will serve the needs of the local community by providing classroom areas necessary to train the City’s ISO Class 1 Fire Rescue Department. The City currently has a fire training campus which includes a tower, gas fields, vehicle extrication props, and a flashover simulator but, it has no permanent fire training classroom or building. The current classroom building is a 30 year old doublewide mobile home trailer only capable of accommodating approximately 14 people and it is not ADA compliant.  With the amount of training necessary to maintain our fire protection rating and our public education commitments, we are in need of a permanent training building. The new building will include two large classroom spaces that can be further separated to create smaller classroom areas. It will be available for a greater variety of users including city residents, and will be ADA...

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